as at 13 May 2021
Templar Legal draws its inspiration from the Templar Knights of medieval origin. The Templar Knights were the predominant administrative and military organisation based in England in the 13th and 14th Century. They established one of Europe’s first banking systems to assist pilgrims in their passage to the Holy land and have a strong association with the early English legal system through the establishment of legal institutions such as the “Inner Temple”, the “Middle Temple” and two of the early “Inns of Court”, which survive to this day.
Whilst much is known about the Templar Knight’s military prowess, what is lesser known is that they were Europe’s first “bankers” predominantly an administrative body providing financial and logistical support to the military arm and to the religious needs of the broader population at that particular time.
Many of the people in the organisation were administrators and provided commercial and estate management services at numerous locations throughout Europe.
To provide quality legal service, illuminate the law, and facilitate financial remedies in a personalised manner.
Like our motto, “constant fortitude”, we aim to be by our client’s side through thick and thin and see the matter through. We are determined, but personable, seeking to document our client’s instructions carefully to achieve the best commercial result for our clients.
We are in the process of setting up our blog. Over the years of our practice, we have become knowledgeable and well versed in our chosen areas of practice. With our blog, we aim to educate, update, and inform our readers on various subjects relevant to the legal industry. You can view some of our current blog topics here:
SOCIAL MEDIA AND SURVEILLANCE IN PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS
COMMON REASONS TO UPDATE YOUR WILL
WHEN DO YOU NEED A WILL?
FAMILY TRUST DISPUTES